This Land Was My Land

By TIMOTHY EGAN
Published: June 23, 2007

MOUNT HOOD, Ore.

Most Americans don’t own a summer home on Cape Cod, or a McMansion in the Rockies, but they have this birthright: an area more than four times the size of France. If you’re a citizen, you own it — about 565 million acres.

You see the George W. Bush public lands legacy when you drive through the Gifford Pinchot National Forest, which looks like the forestry equivalent of a neighborhood crack house.

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